Where Did Sovereign Living Go?

The short version is that we were kicked off of our farm by our landlord after asking for repairs to be made. Instead of making the repairs, he sold the house.

Our last day of filming for Sovereign Living was the day we moved out of the farm in January of 2014. Our family ended up in an apartment while we figured out what to do, our home office was moved to an actual office, and our farm was originally moved to Cedar Creek, where we thought we were going to rebuild what we had started and stay there several nights a week.

The long version is that 2014 was not a good year for our family. We did not want to leave the property, we simply wanted the issues fixed. We left ourselves vulnerable with a month to month lease. Lesson learned.  A very painful lesson. The farm was very special to us. Our children were born right there in the home, our dogs are buried there, we raised hundreds of chickens from egg to adult, and planted thousands of plants in the soil. We loved that property, every square inch. It hurt worse than anything I have every gone through. It was honestly the hardest experience of my life to date.

We needed our friends desperately, but those closest to us lashed out. They belittled us for grieving, they expressed anger that we were not there for them during their overlapping hardships, they told us they took issue with our parenting style, they expressed issues with our public lifestyle and the fact that we are “public figures”. They even said we live Sovereign Living “too much”.

Basically our inner cadre imploded. This triggered us to move out of the second farm just 5 months after relocating all of nonprofit and personal farm items there. I bring up the interpersonal stuff so you understand the weight of what we experienced last year – I’m sure you can imagine at this point we were completely exhausted on every level (emotional, physical, spiritual, financial).

Once all the moves were over we were finally able to settle into our new apartment and focus on rebuilding. We have survived as full time entrepreneurs for the past six months.  It has required laser focus and full time dedication to keep our heads above water, but I think a solid foundation has been laid that will allow us to give Sovereign Living the time and energy it needs to be finished in 2015.

Sovereign Living in 2014

Throughout the year I produced several podcasts and wrote several blogs for the website. We were able to host screenings of Sovereign Living at the following locations as we traveled the country for work:  

PorcFest and Liberty Forum in New Hampshire, Texas Bitcoin Conference at Circuit of the Americas, 512Bitcoin Mini Conference at Brave New Books in Austin, TX, Freedom Summit in Phoenix, AZ, Kansas City Bitcoin Club, Bitcoin in the Beltway in Washington D.C, NYC Bitcoin Center on Wall Street, Blue Ridge Liberty Project in Asheville, Rethinking Everything in Littlerock, Liberty on the Rocks in Denver, CO, a permaculture event in San Antonio, TX, and at Libertopia in San Diego, CA.

We also gave several Sovereign Living speeches at various events.

We produced and premiered a rough cut of episode five and a sneak preview of episode six.

The Sovereign Living team did apply for two grants to help us finish the show, but we did not receive either.  The first nonprofit said they really wanted to be involved, but with a production as big as ours they would want to dedicate a staff member to see it through with marketing, etc… and they simply didn’t have the man power at that time. The other grant application was through the Bitcoin Foundation and was a long shot 😀

In 2014 we began the process of applying to film festivals.  In December we submitted the Sovereign Living title credits into the SXSW 2015 Film Festival.  We will know in the coming weeks if we will be allowed to screen it at the March event. We hope to screen an entire episode at SXSW in 2016.

Moving Forward: 2015

So what about Sovereign Living? As of right now we have Episode 1-4 complete, episode 5 is a rough cut that needs final edits, and episode 6 has been taped, but needs transitions, interviews, music, and editing.  We are working with Karmakaze Productions on streamlining the production and want to wrap up the editing of episodes 5 and 6 by the end of March. We will then release the first season to the world. At this time we will send the remaining perks to our fans who donated to our IndieGogo Campaign. We wanted 12 episodes, but there is just no financial way to make this happen, not to mention there has been a full calendar year since we last taped, so wrapping it up seems more fitting at this time.

I will continue to submit the show to film festivals as the year progresses, including the LA Film Festival with a deadline just around the corner.  I have looked into the option of distributing the show through outlets such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc…. And it looks like this method will cost over a thousand dollars due to the need to submit independent films/shows to these companies in “bundles”.  We are weighing the pros and cons of how to release the film, and are seeking any advice or connections our community may have.

With that, our family has big goals in 2015. We plan to still work toward our Sovereign Living milestones – 50% food self sufficient, reduce our energy consumption by 50% and find creative ways to get off all centralized systems so we can truly thrive.

We plan to move into an RV or some other form of mobile living home and park it on a farm by June when our lease here is over. This will allow us to do both Sovereign Living and Uncoinventional Living (bitcoin travel, something we started in 2014). We have been offered a very cool solution in this regard, but we are not ready to announce it. Stay tuned, though! This will allow us to reduce our living expenses enough to overcome our financial hardships and clear the way for us to build a house. It will also allow us to reduce our energy consumption and to pick back up with our food production. We will have the world as our backyard. I simply cannot wait.

I am really trying to recreate myself in 2015, so if you have any feedback for me and my family I would love to hear it. How can we communicate better? How can we support you better? How can we become better people? How can we improve your Sovereign Living experience?

If you would like to contribute to the final production or distribution of Sovereign Living, please follow this URL for the various ways you can support this project of the Center for Natural Living: http://sovereignliving.tv/donatetosovereignliving . Bitcoin is, of course, a donation option!

Much love,

Catherine Bleish

Rethinking Everything Days Three and Four – Playing, Learning and Growing

I am so far behind updating about my experience about Rethinking Everything, that I decided to post the final two days in one post.

Our third day was great, we opened with a family intention circle, something I learned about from Nova, a road schooler who I have a lot of respect for. The intention model we utilized was sitting in a circle, each person saying what they are grateful for, then saying what we want or hope for the day.  After each person has gone, you take 3 deep breathes as a group, then do 3 “oms” as a group. This is something we have tried to do on a daily basis since discovering the process.  It helps you to set your day off right, so you can support each other’s goals.

This day we had ZERO presentations, so we took a slow relaxing day.  There was a really fun bizarre bizarre where kids and adults sold items they had created. I got some knit wrist warmers (gloves with no fingers) and got Aliana an awesome green tape bag with a painted Rock Lobster inside.  Watching the kids create art so they could run a micro business was adorable and really exciting to see.

The kids raced through the hall, cruising around on the riding toys from Kids’ Village. When Aliana got rug burn on her tow, some kind mothers helped supply her with bandaids.  She completely forgot about the boo-boo when she heard the teen dance taking place in the cafeteria.  Of course, we busted in and danced our little hearts out.  Bill had a blow out all over our friend, Ellen, which I felt bad about but still found funny :p

It was a great day!  John attended the dad’s circle (SUDs – Society of Unschooling Dads).  He said it was great connecting to the group of dad’s on a similar journey.

The last full day we had two presentations – one was Bitcoin and Unschooling, John presented that and the crowd LOVED it.  We introduced the idea of the “uncoin”, a crypto currency for unschoolers, build on top of the Bitcoin Blockchain.  The second presentation was DIY Advocacy, I presented this one.  It wasn’t as well attended as the other 3 presentations we did, but it was dynamic none-the-less.  See a pic of my marker board in the gallery below.

We went swimming as a family and watched the boat making competition from the pool.  Check out the pics of kiddos making cardboard boats!  Several actually floated with kids in them!!!!

 

That evening was the family dance.  Aliana was the first one on the dance floor, cutting it up.  She exhausted herself and was asleep by 9pm.  Something that is rare in this family!!!  Before the dance she hung out in the sewing room with some pre-teen girls who made her a fancy skirt.  There is a pic of her getting “measured” by her dress maker, Ruby.

We woke up sad to leave – others were staying for a retreat, but we had to get home.  This Rethinking Everything was yet again life changing.  We came home with a new practice (morning Intention Circles), new and closer friendships, and my daughter learned to beat box.  How cool 😀

Enjoy the photos, we are already excited for next year.

 

 

 

Rethinking Everything, Day Two: Presentations and Reflections

Today our family had two presentations. The first was about unschooling and anarchism. John presented this one solo as miss Aliana was sleeping in after several days of travel. He said the 2 hour talk and interactive conversation went really well, I will post a link to the audio once it is online.

After the first talk we got set up for our Sovereign Living speech and show screening (sovereignliving.tv). Since we had screened episodes 1 and 2 last year, we decided to screen episode 3, all about homebirth and conflict resolution. We are saving episode 4 about alternative currencies for our talk tomorrow, all about Bitcoin.

The Sovereign Living speech went great. We discussed our goal of getting out of all centralized grids, be they food systems, government systems, the electric grids, etc…  The show was recieved very well, and the conversation after was very deep. We talked about taxation and government documents such as Birth Certificates and Drivers Licenses.

After our presentation we took a trip to town for a much needed bite to eat. That resulted in a tired bunch so we retired to our room for a break from all of the RE comotion. Our good friend Antonio was here as aker and he joined us for a few hours of awesome conversation.

The best part of the day was again the last part of the day; A candle lit hike through the woods to a labryinth.  We walked as a family, me holding Aliana and John holding Bill. On our way toward the center Aliana and I talked about some things we both wanted to let go. We discussed the stresses our family has experienced since losing the farm.

Here are the picutres from the day, including the dead bug board! A collection of dead bugs found by kiddos at the event! I love the random jam sessions (yellow submarine was awesome!) And the agorist ventures of hair wraps and massages set up in the lobby!

Rethinking Everything, Day One: Crisis on the Way, Peace Upon Arrival

Yesterday we woke in Little Rock, Arkansas and hit the road for the final two hours of our trip to the Rethinking Everything Conference.  Just ten minutes from the 4H Conference facility, our final destination, we drove past a woman laying in a parking lot receiving CPR from a teenage girl. I had John turn around and I ran over to see how we could help.

The teen giving her CPR was pumping on her diaphram, not her chest and I suggested she stop. The womans heart was beating and she was breathing. The woman had tingling in her hands and feet, pressure in her chest and was having trouble breathing. I knew instantly she was likely having a panic attack as I had recently experienced my first stress induced anxiety attack and recognized the symptoms.  I helped her to regulate her breathing while we waited for help to arrive. Sure enough, we later found out she had taken 5 hour energy with redbull and and her body was exhausted from overwork and she had fallen victim to a panic attack.

What a dramatic arrival.

We checked into RE and ran into many familar faces. We played in the always-epic children’s village, enjoyed swords made of balloons, went swimming, devoured delicious grub, watched giant bubbles be made next to the lake, then participated in a letting go and setting new intentions ceremony at the evening bonfire.

Honestly, we didn’t know what we were walking up to when we arrived at the bonfire. We were told we could walk down this beautifully candle lit path to a note writing station where we would write down the things causing us greif. These are things we have not let go of, stressors, things causing us anxiety. We were to then drop them in the second fire at the end of the path and return via the candle lit path to the lakeside bon fire. Once returned we were to set a new intention with candles in floating votives, and send them out onto the lake.

The walk was amzing. John and I talked about our pasts while our children drifted to sleep (Ali in my arms, Bill in the stroller). We burned our anxieties and returned to set new intentions on the lake.

When we got back to our bunk I took a long hot bath and enjoyed reading an issue of Home Education Magazine. We drifted to sleep and woke feeling anew. John is currently presenting our Unschooling and Anarchism talk so I could let our kids sleep in. I am excited to see what Day 2 will bring!

Here are some pics from the day!

 

 

The Blessings of Blenders

Since moving into an apartment we have no longer had access to our former roommate’s blender. Just days after telling John how badly I wanted one, his mom gifted us an awesome vintage blender.

 

So far we have made hemp milk, almond butter / bananna smootie, and rocket fuel coffee.

 

Here are the recipes…

 

Homemade hemp milk

Half cup raw shelled hemp seeds (we buy in bulk on Amazon)

3 cups of filtered water

1 tbs of raw honey

Blend until smooth? Strain in cheese cloth if desired. I leave particles if making a smoothie, strain if it is going in a sippy cup or bottle!

Bananna Almond Butter Smoothie

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1 cup almond butter

1 large bananna

2 cups homemade hemp milk

1 tbs raw honey

2 handfuls of iceblend u til smooth and creamy! Enjoy!

*warning, lots of almond butters were just recalled, I cluding the one in the attached photo! Read more here: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm410533.htm

Bulletproof Coffee (also known as rocket fuel)

2 cups organic coffee (hot)

Quarter cup organic coconut oil

Quarter cup Gee (clarified butter)

Blend until creamy. YUM!

 

Report Cards for Unschooled Students

Children who are unschooled to not receive the standard American “Report Card” because they are not tested or graded on any specific subject, unless they choose to be. This can cause challenges for unschool families as they attempt to gain recognition and understanding from the community regarding their children’s academic journey.

Today, Dayna Martin, author of Radical Unschooling, posted an example of how parents can build their children’s esteem while gaining support for their lifestyle in the community. She gave her children report cards that were “graded” on Happiness, Contentment, Self Love, Fulfillment, Passion, and Freedom. They took those report cards to Chuck E Cheese to participate in a Tokens for Report Cards program, and they accepted them!

I feel like this is something I want to periodically grade myself on and a really fun way to play off the “mainstream” way of doing things.

Here the photo and caption she posted on FaceBook:

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“THIS is how Report Cards SHOULD look!
I brought this in to Chuck E Cheese’s (one for each of my children) to see if they would honor the “tokens for A’s” deal that they were running. THEY DID!! I was so happy that they were open-minded enough to respect how we choose to “grade” our children in life. If you are an Unschooler – try this! It was an awesome experience and my children felt so respected as Radical Unschoolers.”

Creating a Sanctuary at Home

My midwife taught me one of the most important things I have learned in my life as a mother.  Create a sanctuary at home. This means a place that is safe for you to be yourself, to experience emotions, to engage in art, to follow your dreams.  A place that is yours and functions in line with what brings you joy and peace.  A place where you are comfortable, where you can wear what you want when you want and as you please when you need. Protect your sanctuary with vengeance, if you fail to do so it can most certainly result in emotional angst and unnecessary stress.

Immediately after having a baby our midwife suggests holing up at home with the family so the baby can bond as deeply as possible.  She suggests 4 weeks of bed rest for momma to heal her uterus in the proper position (she thinks this is why the hysterectomy rate is so high these days, because women are on their feet immediately after childbirth). This means no commotion in the home and keeping guests to minimum.  No one at all the first 3 days if possible.  House guests should bring food, do a chore and quietly leave.  This means it is probably not a good idea to have anyone come stay with you during this time, even if they are there to help.  Our midwife suggests simply asking people to come for short time periods and leaving you to bond in total peace for the first month of life.

As you recover and move forward into your new daily routines, it is important to create an ongoing sanctuary for yourself that continues through time.  A new child adds new dimensions and what makes your home a sanctuary will change, so notice what works for you and what doesn’t and be willing to make changes.

For John and I this means a few things.  As a pair we decided our sanctuary needed to be tidy and everything needed a place.  We needed (and need) fewer possessions because we often find we have more things than we have places to put them.  We needed our own spaces to do our own things.  My space tends to be the kitchen, I stand at the counter and work on my computer while I work or clean.  The kids have a play room. John has an office, it is now around the corner form our apartment, but in the farmhouse it was a room in our home. We share a family bed, which reduces stress for the whole family at night.  Our daughter loves art so we have lots of art for her.  I love to write, so I keep access to notebooks and a clear area for my computer.  Our son loves to run and dance through the house, so an open space for him. Our sanctuary ebbs and flows and changes.

Do not be afraid to rearrange your home.  I move furniture when things aren’t working.  I love to create a fresh space and I refuse to try to control my kids if our spaces isn’t working.  For example, when our son kept climbing into the window sill behind the couch, I simply moved the couch.  When my daughter kept getting in to my nail polish box, I simply moved it higher.

One thing we have found in our nearly five years together is that we operate best when we have our own space.  I have always loved being surrounded by people, always.  We have opened our home to short and long term housegests or roommates repeatedly.  We have found that when we live alone as a family we are happier as a family.  Every time we have had a roommate our relationship changes, I believe this is because we lose our personal time together.  Our kids go to sleep and the evening is no longer for the two of us, it is for us plus a roommate(s).

Suddenly we lose our privacy and personal time, meaning we have an audience for every conversation.  That changes a relationship in ways you may not understand until you are experiencing it. This is irrelevant to what type of roommate you have, by the way, it could be the worlds most perfect roommate, but you still have an audience.

The people who have stayed with us have varied from families, to single friends, pet owners, people in urgent transition, or people we ask to live there for long periods.  We have found that opening your home makes you vulnerable to energetic frequencies that you may not tolerate in your home otherwise.  From an aggressive dog, to a passive aggressive roomate to a house full of chaos, we have had some very rough experiences with housing others.  Protect your space, protect your sanctuary.  No matter how strong and happy you are, adding others in to the mix can create disharmony that you do not need.

I am eternally grateful to those who put me up during my times of need.  But I have learned as a protectorate of my children and our sanctuary, that we can no longer pay that favor forward.  Emotional stability is so important for your children, bringing in third parties can shake the foundation of that!

For us, a sanctuary involves a place just for us.  What a blessing we have figured this out and can act accordingly moving forward.

John is reading some Buddhist texts right now that suggest creating a peace room, a breathing room, or a quiet space where family members can go to unwind.  Mine is the giant bathtub we have right now, but I don’t think the other members of our family have a peace room.  I hope he creates it, I think it is an excellent idea.

To create a sanctuary for yourself and your family you must create a space that is conducive to love, to community, to quiet, to celebration, to intimacy, to bonding, to autonomy and freedom.  If you can find the elements you need to have this, I know you can create a space that allows your soul to sing.

To be clear, I am not advocating isolating yourself in your home, I am simply saying that John and I opened ours too often, and at times against our better judgement.  Follow your heart.  I know that I want to live on the same property with folks of a like mind, but I want a private space for our family that we can open or close to others as we see fit. I am also not advocating that you home must me mess-free, just clean enough for you to thrive, the threshold of mess you can tolerate will be unique to you!

One last tip is to get rid of anything in your space that isn’t working for you.  I use a 3 point criteria for items in my home.  I must use them, love them, and they must not be broken.  If any of the 3 are not true, I get rid of them. Love it, but broken?  Gone.  Use it but hate the way it looks?  Gone.  Take a picture if you are afraid to let go.

How do you make your home a sanctuary?

Here is a podcast I did on this topic:
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Happy sanctuary!

Decentralized Geography, Where to Go From Here?

Decentralized networks are more stable than centralized ones.  This applies to work places, sources of income, computer networks and nature.  In the workplace, a top-down centralized system creates a large burden on a central point, when the load is decentralized there are fewer problems if one person isn’t “doing their job” or some sort of failure happens in the production line. When your income is decentralized and you are bringing in revenue from various projects, it is less devastating when one of them fails and your family is better able to weather the storm.  Decentralized computer networks provide network stability and security – take the Bitcoin network for example, if a miner or mining pool go down, there are still thousands of nodes able to pick up where those left off. Mother nature operates this way, too, ant colonies and animals in migration do not have one central authority dictating how to travel or when, they depend on their own cues and instincts, their network is decentralized and their network is strong.

I have seen the power of the decentralized network and feel passionate about creating this sort of security in my life on multiple fronts.  When we lost our farm it was totally devastating.  We lost everything we had been working for, because we had centralized our efforts all in once place. Our family was the central focal point of the community and when we lost what we had, the community scattered and we were left trying to figure out where to farm and garden.

Now that we are in an apartment, we have our own front porch garden going.  We are also building garden beds on the sidewalk in front of a neighboring restaurant and plan to get an additional restaurant on board. We are also gardening with friends on their property and actively looking for a property of our own.  We decentralized our local gardening efforts to prevent losing it all again, but I want to decentralize further, I want to decentralized our geographic location so we have choices across the country where we have thriving gardens and community that we can plug into when we please.

After years of travel and meeting with activists communities I see 4 geographic locations that seem to provide the most in term of what we are looking for. We want a government that is minimal, we want strong like minded community, we want the ability to garden and live off the grid.  The places we feel provide the most in these regards are 1. Central Texas 2. New Hampshire 3. Asheville, NH and 4. Colorado.

I want to have a place to stay in each of these communities.  I want an off the grid permanent home in each of these locations.  I want a thriving garden in each of these locations.  I want a thriving livestock operation in each location.  And I want them to be profitable so I can incentivize someone to operate them while we travel between the 4.

To make this happen I need a good plan, and that is the phase I am in currently, determining the plan of action.  Where to start?  Obviously Central Texas is a good option for us to start because we are here, we have community have family here, we have chickens here, we have gardens here.  We also need something sooner than later because my family is not happy in an apartment. The next step will likely be NH because there are so many activists there and moving there and Bardo Farm has a thriving off the grid community that we want to be a part of.  Asheville is very enticing to me because we really clicked with the activists there and loved the city.  Colorado we have the least ties to, but I see great potential.

Here is a podcast I did discussing the choices and where to go from here.

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I plan to write an overview of all 4 activist hubs to give others advice and inspiration on where they can go to be in community with others!

Our First Kombucha – Continuous Brew

A friend of ours gave me some scoobys to start our own kombucha!!!

Kombucha is a fermented tea that is loaded with beneficial probiotics.  Our children LOVE it and we are spending too much of our food budget on large jugs and single serving bottles.  We decided to add a new skill set to our Sovereign Living Journey – the home brew!

We used the WellnesMama’s How-To guide to start our own Continuous Brew Kombucha.

First we made a gallon of tea and mixed in 1 cup of sugar.

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We let it cool to room temperature.

We added it to our large glass jug with a spiggot and mixed in 2 cups of sotre bought kombucha (For acid).

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We then dropped in our first scooby!

Now, we wait 😀

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I will update as we progress!

100 Things I Love About (My) Life

1. We Make Our Own Daily Schedule
2. We Work for Ourselves
3. San Marcos, TX has a Huge Unschool Community
4. Daily Walks
5. Living with Animals
6. Strong Family Ties (this took effort and was so worth it!)
7. Our Vintage 3 Piece Sectional Couch
8. Lots of annual Slow Travel Across the Country
9. BITCOIN
10. Friends Who Accept and Love Us
11. Yoga
12. Vision Boards
13. Organic Food
14. Farmers Market (when we can get up in time!)
15. Gardening at our apartment and with friends
16. Chickens
17. Living Near the River
18. Two Parks in Walking Distance
19. Like Minded, Loving Husband
20. Family Bed
21. Journals
22. Daily Art
23. Natural Medicine
24. Coconut Oil
25. Essential Oils
26. Making Juice at Home
27. Our Food Dehydrator
28. Watching Toddlers Play Chase
29. Following Our Dreams
30. Watching the Sun Set (Back Windows)
31. Catching the Sun Rise (Front Porch)
32. Camping with my Family
33. Getting Paid to Write
34. RedBox Movie Night
35. Stove Top Popcorn in Coconut Oil
36. Amazon Subscribe and Save
37. Kombucha
38. Pamela’s Gluten Free Baking Mix
39. Maintaining Life Long Friends in my Hometown
40. Live Music
41. San Marcos Community Events
42. Handmade Jewelry
43. Thrift Store Shopping
44. Living in Abundance
45. Inspirational Friends
46. Brave New Books
47. Barter
48. Lots of Sunshine
49. My Freckles
50. My Children’s Freckles
51. Snail Mail
52. Photography
53. Dumpster Diving
54. Podcasting
55. Long Hot Baths
56. Double Stroller
57. Whole Foods
58. Scented Candles
59. PorcFest
60. Rethinking Everything Conference
61. Listening to Podcasts
62. Spending Time With John’s Family
63. Bare Feet
64. Apple Cider Vinegar
65. Crafts with my Kids
66. Incubating Eggs
67. Grandma’s Kitchen Aid Mixer
68. Glitter! (To John’s Dismay LOL)
69. Gluten Free
70. Coconut Water
71. DIY Lifestyle
72. Magnetic Spice Rack
73. Home Grown Spices
74. Tethered Wifi
75. Fluoride Water Filters
76. Buddy Bucks
77. Searching for Shells in the River
78. Collecting Rocks
79. Bird Watching with the Family
80. State Parks Pass
81. Texas Wildflowers
82. Rain Storms
83. Buddhism
84. Custom Wedding Rings
85. Homemade Hummus
86. Bush Family Salsa
87. Hand-Me-Downs
88. Paying it Forward
89. Unschooling
90. Splash Pads
91. Confidence
92. Okra, I am so in Love with Okra!
93. Reshi Infused Organic Coffee, Daily
94. Keeping a Dream Journal
95. Refining my Writing and Speaking Skills
96. Hushmail
97. Tap Shoes for the Kids
98. John, Aliana, Bill, Murray, Muno and Mousey Mouse
99. Me, I love Me <3
100. Living the Blessed Life